It hasn’t been 24 hours and I am blogging again. Recall from episode 2 I was having a melt down because I discovered the gender of my child. Well, I wanted to vent, I did post anonymously on a Facebook group to other mothers or mother’s to be and to some of my neighbours whom… Read More Episode 3: Annoyed
Today (Thursday 7 April, 2016), I went to see my gynae, Prof Su Lin Lin, for the first time. I had fasted 12 hours before in order to do my glucose test. We watched Batman vs Superman in the evening before (will post about that in another post). It was 9am and we walked into… Read More Episode 2: It’s a boy!
Hi Everyone, just a quick update. I have currently been living in Singapore for the past five years. My husband is Singaporean and I am a Canadian with a Singaporean PR. I think I am quite localize by now, since I have a DBSS (Design, Build, Sell, Scheme) housing from HDB, joined an RC (Resident… Read More Episode 1: New Beginning
Some people think that being put in the brother zone means the girls don’t like them. However, that is probably very wrong. If a girl was to put you into the “brother” zone, they probably like you a lot. Girl’s don’t keep guys around if they don’t like them. Trust me, were not that nice… Read More The Brother Zone
Just to update you on my LASIK. I waited one week after my surgery to update because I wanted to be certain that the information I am providing is accurate. So, lets review. The Surgery On XX January 2015 (date has been changed as not to let my real identity to be exposed), I went… Read More LASIK : one week post surgery
Okay, my vanity is reaching a new high. I have finally given in to getting LASIK. Not that the fear factor didn’t take place. Infact, it was because I was scared that there may be complications that it has taken be this long to finally get off my high horses and go see a consultant.… Read More LASIK: The final frontier… to boldly go where no man has gone before
I am a Canadian Born Cantonese. My parents talks to me in Cantonese and made me learn the language. But that wasn’t when I started loving the language. I started loving the language as an adult. I loved the language when I started paying attention to other languages like Japanese, Korean, Mandarin…. I found how… Read More Cantonese: Why I love you, let me count the ways….
Since arriving in Singapore 3 years ago the Certificate Of Entitlement has always been a battle zone between me and my husband. I just could not understand the reasons for the inflated price of cars. I would rather take public transport than buy a overpriced piece of paper. At SGD$70,000-90,000 just for a 10-year right… Read More COE: A flawed system
Singapore has a vast network of buses and trains. You can get to most places in this island city by public transport. However, getting there is not quite so an enjoyable experience. Recounting the many months of commuting to and from work I have come to realize that although it is considerably more convenient to… Read More Singapore Public Transport – A Disgruntled Affair
Imagine that you have been sick for over 4 weeks. I’ll bet you want more than anything to be over and done with more than anyone else. But, there are some who sees it as a crime worthy of capital punishment call “total belittlement”. The question: How would you feel? The Situation: (Please note that… Read More Coughing with a capital “C”